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Fighting Coronavirus

March 26, 2020 | Vinod Dixit

With the World Health Organisation declaring it a Public Health Emergency of International Concern (PHEIC), this outbreak is now a pandemic. It is clear that there is no specific antiviral treatment recommended for COVID-19. People with COVID-19 should receive supportive care to help relieve symptoms. For severe cases, treatment should include care to support vital organ functions. Most people who become infected experience mild illness and recover, but it can be more severe for others. It is a must that one should regularly and thoroughly clean hands with an alcohol-based hand rub or wash them with soap and water because washing hands with soap and water or using alcohol-based hand rub kills viruses that may be on our hands. National and local authorities must keep a keen watch to date information on whether COVID-19 is spreading in their area. They should guide and advise on what people should do to protect themselves. No doubt, India has responded well to the outbreak in China with calm, coordination and sensible public health measures.
The Coronovirus has been declared a global emergency by the World Health Organization, as the outbreak continues to spread outside China. It is to be appreciated that in India, we have implemented measures such as travel and event restrictions, visitor screenings at all our offices, increased frequency of office sanitization, and work-from-home provisions,” the company told indianexpress.com. Medical experts are still unclear about the source of this deadly virus but believe that it can be transmitted from human to human as well. In the efforts to control the epidemic, transparency is a key principle to let citizens know how to protect themselves and to let medical and public health personnel know which effective and appropriate interventions should be taken. There is no vaccine for coronavirus but combating coronavirus requires getting basics right, creating awareness, investing in public health infrastructure. Further, controlling the spread of the virus requires both public health and medical measures—and for that we need a clear clinical profile. Anti-viral herbs such as oregano, tulsi, dried thyme are great for immunity, and can be used in teas or curries for respiratory health including mucous problems which can become a “breeding ground for bacteria and pathogens”.
In the age of pandemics and novel corona viruses, it’s better to be safe than sorry. As the world grapples with the rapidly growing coronavirus crisis, Namaste, Indian traditional way of greeting people is making a comeback globally. In the age of the Coronavirus, the world, it seems, is looking at the traditional Indian ‘namaste’ to greet, convey respect and also maintain a safe distance. Our PM Modi has urged people to get into the habit of greeting each other with a "namaste" instead of a regular handshake as one of the measures to prevent the spread of the deadly coronavirus.
In fact, the whole world is making a habit of namaste. Several world leaders and others are now using the simple joining of hands to say “Hello”, “Hi” and “How do you do” the Indian way with the ‘Namaste’.
The handshake began in the 5th century B.C. Greece that was a declaration of peace, to demonstrate that neither person was carrying or holding a weapon and now Namaste can become the new weapons-free gesture.No one knows that this could be India’s crucial scientific contribution to the fight against the deadly coronavirus.
As the pandemic of coronavirus spreads across our nation, we all should be appreciative of the role of our government in combating a major health crisis. This is a big concern and the time is not that far away when we need to face the reality that all the families and surrounding areas are going to be at risk for contacting people with this disease. It is desirable that everyone should reduce travel for a short period and use proper hygiene measures to stay healthy and everyone has to be involved to help decrease the spread. Don’t we think, however painfully, this coronavirus pandemic is teaching us a salutary lesson. We are being reminded just how vulnerable we are and at the mercy of forces beyond our control.
Let us continue to gather the correct information while taking the necessary precautions without falling into the trap of mass panic. Let us continue to look out for one another and treat our fellow peers with respect and kindness. This plague will end too. What we need is to just have patience, hope and common sense.
Email:-----dixitpatrakar@yahoo.in

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Fighting Coronavirus

March 26, 2020 | Vinod Dixit

With the World Health Organisation declaring it a Public Health Emergency of International Concern (PHEIC), this outbreak is now a pandemic. It is clear that there is no specific antiviral treatment recommended for COVID-19. People with COVID-19 should receive supportive care to help relieve symptoms. For severe cases, treatment should include care to support vital organ functions. Most people who become infected experience mild illness and recover, but it can be more severe for others. It is a must that one should regularly and thoroughly clean hands with an alcohol-based hand rub or wash them with soap and water because washing hands with soap and water or using alcohol-based hand rub kills viruses that may be on our hands. National and local authorities must keep a keen watch to date information on whether COVID-19 is spreading in their area. They should guide and advise on what people should do to protect themselves. No doubt, India has responded well to the outbreak in China with calm, coordination and sensible public health measures.
The Coronovirus has been declared a global emergency by the World Health Organization, as the outbreak continues to spread outside China. It is to be appreciated that in India, we have implemented measures such as travel and event restrictions, visitor screenings at all our offices, increased frequency of office sanitization, and work-from-home provisions,” the company told indianexpress.com. Medical experts are still unclear about the source of this deadly virus but believe that it can be transmitted from human to human as well. In the efforts to control the epidemic, transparency is a key principle to let citizens know how to protect themselves and to let medical and public health personnel know which effective and appropriate interventions should be taken. There is no vaccine for coronavirus but combating coronavirus requires getting basics right, creating awareness, investing in public health infrastructure. Further, controlling the spread of the virus requires both public health and medical measures—and for that we need a clear clinical profile. Anti-viral herbs such as oregano, tulsi, dried thyme are great for immunity, and can be used in teas or curries for respiratory health including mucous problems which can become a “breeding ground for bacteria and pathogens”.
In the age of pandemics and novel corona viruses, it’s better to be safe than sorry. As the world grapples with the rapidly growing coronavirus crisis, Namaste, Indian traditional way of greeting people is making a comeback globally. In the age of the Coronavirus, the world, it seems, is looking at the traditional Indian ‘namaste’ to greet, convey respect and also maintain a safe distance. Our PM Modi has urged people to get into the habit of greeting each other with a "namaste" instead of a regular handshake as one of the measures to prevent the spread of the deadly coronavirus.
In fact, the whole world is making a habit of namaste. Several world leaders and others are now using the simple joining of hands to say “Hello”, “Hi” and “How do you do” the Indian way with the ‘Namaste’.
The handshake began in the 5th century B.C. Greece that was a declaration of peace, to demonstrate that neither person was carrying or holding a weapon and now Namaste can become the new weapons-free gesture.No one knows that this could be India’s crucial scientific contribution to the fight against the deadly coronavirus.
As the pandemic of coronavirus spreads across our nation, we all should be appreciative of the role of our government in combating a major health crisis. This is a big concern and the time is not that far away when we need to face the reality that all the families and surrounding areas are going to be at risk for contacting people with this disease. It is desirable that everyone should reduce travel for a short period and use proper hygiene measures to stay healthy and everyone has to be involved to help decrease the spread. Don’t we think, however painfully, this coronavirus pandemic is teaching us a salutary lesson. We are being reminded just how vulnerable we are and at the mercy of forces beyond our control.
Let us continue to gather the correct information while taking the necessary precautions without falling into the trap of mass panic. Let us continue to look out for one another and treat our fellow peers with respect and kindness. This plague will end too. What we need is to just have patience, hope and common sense.
Email:-----dixitpatrakar@yahoo.in


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